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“Nana Addo lacks the ideas to create jobs” – John Mahama fumes

Former president and modern-day NDC flagbearer, John Dramani Mahama has hit hard at Nana Addo all over again following the finance minister’s revelation that the authorities’s pay roll is complete.

speaking in a discussion board in Accra, John Mahama said that how tens of thousands of disgruntled and stressful young males and females had been running helter-skelter and standing beneath the scorching sun to apply for very confined positions in the security agencies, as recently seen is deeply disturbing.

He went directly to venture Akufo Addo and the finance minister that the general public area still has some of human resource vacancies that needs to be stuffed.

John Mahama additionally said that ruling NPP authorities lacks the capacity to create jobs but NDC has a plan in developing jobs when voted back into power in 2024.

He stated;

“I disagree with the oft-repeated position that the public area is full and has no room for more people. The Human resource gap (HR gap) study we conducted on the public sector last year, revealed gaping shortages in specific segments of the public sector,”

“The Ghana education service and the Ghana health service have human resource gaps of almost 100,000 (98,650 actual) and more than 70,000 (76,795 actual) respectively. similar gaps were additionally identified within the security services: Ghana Police service – 35,020, Ghana national fire service – 30,136, Ghana Immigration service – 3,522, and Ghana prison service – 7,925,”

“The time has come for the government to bite the bullet and take the bull by the horn. many of these sectors can be made self-financing to improve the capacity to employ, once they are allowed to use portions of their Internally Generated funds instead of depending solely on the consolidated fund.”

“The NDC’s one million (Edwumapa) Jobs creation Plan, the free TVET, and national Apprenticeship Programme as contained in our manifesto are still relevant and available for this government to draw on for implementation. If well implemented, we can create an average of 250,000 jobs every year for the youth of Ghana,”

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